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Exploring State Parks Near Los Angeles with My RV Rental


Editor’s Note: One of our travel writer’s Jennifer F. recently rented an RV in Los Angeles and visited some of the local state parks. Here is Jen’s story…..

I recently decided that I wanted to spend some time exploring the state parks around Los Angeles and thought that the best way to do it was by RV rental. I figured it could be my home on wheels for the time that I was on the road, going from one place to another. And, I wouldn’t have to worry about checking in and out of hotels or lugging a suitcase around. Plus, I could cook right there in my little kitchen. Sounded like a win in so many ways!

I began by picking out my camper rental, which was no easy task, since there were so many choices available to me. However, with the help of Go RV Rentals, I finally made my decision to rent an RV. Afterwards I and was soon back home loading it up with supplies so that I could hit the road early the next morning.

will rogers state park mapMy first stop was going to be Dockweiler State Beach, which is located in Playa del Rey. It may be a state beach, but I couldn’t make my RV reservations through ReserveCalifornia for my campsite. Instead, I had to go through Los Angeles County to get everything set up. It was still super simple to do, and it took no time at all when I was planning my trip.

Once I got my RV all hooked up, I decided explore the three-mile-long shoreline and go for a swim in the water. I loved being able to watch the planes going over head as I was on the beach, and I saw many of them since the beach is right under the takeoff path of the LAX airport. However, after some time, the noise was a little much, and I decided that it was time to head back to my camper rental and grab a bite to eat.


After getting fueled up, I decided to hit the bike trails for a little bit and then relaxed outside my motorhome reading a book. I did venture back down to the beach to watch the sunset over the water that night.

My next stop of my motorhome rental journey was Los Angeles State Historic Park, but I wasn’t going to be able to move my RV rental for the